Conserving the past, reducing your footprint

Conserving the past, reducing your footprint

Perhaps the main global challenge today is how to keep the planet `in shape` for future generations. In a world in which natural resources and space are become ever more scarce assets we need natural history to take learnings towards a better future. One of the elements is to think about efficient use of every single m2 available. Did you know that you could reduce your storage space up to 75%? Less space used for storage means more room for your collection, a decrease in costs per m2 and a substantial positive impact on your footprint.

The perfect conditions, naturally

The perfect conditions, naturally

Different sub-collections require different needs. Whether it is temperature, humidity, dust protection or protection from light. What makes us unique is our wide range of products combined with our worldwide experience in projects. What solution fits your needs? 

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Size does matter

size does matters

From rocks to insects, from fossils to birds, from mammals to seeds, natural history collections are often defined by their variety in size, weight and material of the objects. How to efficiently store all of these whilst keeping every object safe and accessible? We’ll be happy to help you! 

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Who we are?

Who are we? We are:

  • Your guiding hand during the design phase of your storage facility  
  • Helping our customers to audit their collections and organize their space and collection in the most optimized and sustainable way
  • An accountable partner during the whole process, from planning to design to installation and service 
  • The missing link between your concerns and safe storage of knowledge and objects
  • Your source of inspiration with 100’s of projects installed globally 
  • The world’s most environment friendly provider of space creating solutions
  • That one resource in your project team you can always call 
Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden

Naturalis Biodiversity Center, The Netherlands

Biodiversity shown in 256 tailor-made glass covered drawers

"We need absolute top quality. Then you automatically end up with Bruynzeel." Naturalis chose drawers from Bruynzeel to show a large part of the collection to the public that is normally stored in a depot that is not publicly accessible.

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Lapworth Museum of Geology, United Kingdom

Lapworth Museum of Geology, United Kingdom

Open repositories accessible by the public

The museum houses over 250,000 specimens as well as geological maps, equipment, models, photographs, zoological specimens and stone axes. It required a storage company with experience of creating open repositories accessible by the public.

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